While it’s not particularly surprising that last night’s biggest event did not win, place, nor show in this review round-up as The Walking Dead franchise definitely polarizes (a fact especially true for its premieres and finales), but I am lightly amazed that its prequel–for which ink … Continue reading Sunday’s Best: Ash vs. Evil Dead
April (snow) showers bring awkward comedies (and many mad angry walkers) and a love thereof for we scholars of screens. There’s also a new version of Howard’s End to capitalize on the kids’ James Ivory cravings, Sandra Oh joins the world of British detectives (we’ll see … Continue reading What to Watch: 04/08/2018
On this Easter’s Fools’ Day, we’ve got it all: Jesus, clowns, zombies, Benedict Cumberbatch, that thing where a regular-sized person is the final human on the planet, and no fewer than two shows centering around interrogations in enclosed spaces. There’s also a ton of shows … Continue reading What to Watch: 04/01/2018
You voted and voted and we’re now down to eight shows, and if we do say so (and we do), it’s a pretty fun mix. We re-seeded the remaining programs into our Elite 8, and despite the relative randomness of it all, there’s still a … Continue reading March Madness: Elite Eight!!!
An insanely busy Sunday yielded almost zero bad reviews, nothing came in at lower than a 7–essentially a “B” average. There were two debuts. Trust tells the same tale as last year’s major motion picture All The Money in the World–the 1973 Getty kidnapping–with Donald Sutherland in the … Continue reading Sunday’s Best: Timeless
We’re back to the brackets with the shows your parents watch, with Military facing Politics.
Well, looky here: The Walking Dead, the whipping boy of online TV reviewers everywhere had a pretty good night, and all it took was for Negan and Rick to engage in the longest screen fight since Keith David refused to put on Rowdy Roddy Piper’s glasses … Continue reading Sunday’s Best: Ash vs. Evil Dead
There’s no such thing as March Sweeps, but there is a full Sunday of drama, comedy, and beyond. Take it away, editors! KATHERINE’S PICK: The Last Man on Earth [Fox, 9:30p] Todd and Tandy try to convince everyone that Karl is a total fucking creep who … Continue reading What to Watch: 03/18/2018
Are Military and Politics often intertwined? You bet! Sometimes the crime-scene heroes investigate, work for, work with, or save a senator, representative, or President. The political protagonists usually have a good military bud.
It’s one of the most exciting sports days where the action mostly involves nobody playing an actual game. That’s not entirely true, as there will be basketball played all day, but today most of the local tournaments are done and it’s on to the big … Continue reading What to Watch: 03/11/2018